While B&B's seem to be a dying trend (especially among 20 somethings), I found this place to be very comfortable. The room was extremely clean, fresh, and comfortable. It's nice this place has off-street parking and a private entrance. There are only 3 rooms, so it's very quite. It was also enjoyable having breakfast with the other guests at the communal table downstairs. Jim made a wonderful selection of fruits and eggs and was just all around great to talk with. He knows his stuff about Plymouth and recommended another book by Philbrick that I'll have to check out. I would be pleased to return to the Seabreeze.
As an aside, if you are heading to Plymouth for a history lesson, I would highly recommend reading The Mayflower by Nathaniel Philbrick. It will help fill some facts and stories you just don't pick up on a visit to town.
We stayed for 2 nights in mid October 2011.